Chourd - You chart looks pretty good to me. Hopefully your temps are nice and high tomorrow. Your BD timing looks perfect. I truly hope this cycle results in a BFP. If it doesn't, it looks like you can honestly tell yourself that you two gave it a great try this cycle. Have your doctors given you your monitoring schedule and meds for IVF?
Wengrin - Yay for the stand mixer! I love using mine to make GF pizza crust. I hope you and DD make lots of goodies with it this week. Have you talked to your doctor about the level of nausea you experienced? Is there more they they can offer you in terms of anti-nausea meds for next time? My BFF had HG and it was so terribly awful for her, but her docs were able to help her out somewhat with different medications. That way she could at least sleep through the night and keep some food down with minimal need for IV fluids. Her situation was extreme, but I was surprised at the number of options she had available to her to help.
Primal - I have insomnia pretty bad right now, too Maybe a 15 minute brisk walk after work can help? I'm going to try it. Constipation is evil, but I've been able to keep it at bay by eating fruit smoothies with a handful of kale tossed in. I make them with lots of pineapple, because my tummy lets me eat that right now. I hope your trip next week gives you some opportunities to rest and enjoy yourself.
Lovely - You poor dear. UTI's are the worst. I'm glad you're home and doing okay. That must have been scary. Happy seven weeks! May your aversions be minimal and may your meals stay in your tummy.
AFM - My kids have been sick this whole winter break with a cold that keeps getting passed around between them all. They're not so sick that they need me to fuss over them, but sick enough that we've been having to keep our germs to ourselves and stay home. It's a bummer for them, but awesome for me, since I still feel very crummy and I was worried about how I was going to take them to all the activities they would want to do. DH has the fun job of taking healthy kids ice skating, to the movies and such, and I get to stay home with the sickies without raising any suspicions. It's perfect, especially since my belly is really starting to look round and I am not ready to share my news. I had the blood work for my Maternit21 test done today at 11 weeks exactly, and once I get the results and reach 13 weeks, I'll be ready to share. My last OB appt before I switch to my midwife is the day I turn 13 weeks, so the timing is perfect.